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The Nashy Award 

When: Mon., March 17, 7 p.m. 2014
Nashville’s skyline is all over screens both big and small these days, but that only shows one facet of the local film and television industry’s growth. Each year, FilmNashville presents its Nashy Award to an individual to recognize his or her support of the for-profit/nonprofit entities that make this growth possible. Past honorees have included NPT’s Beth Curley, Trew Audio’s Glen Trew and Scene editor Jim Ridley, and this year’s recipient is Mayor Karl Dean. The event, capped tonight by a screening of the 2013 documentary For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville, typically doubles as a town-hall meeting where the city’s film and TV professionals catch up on the state of their arts; for anyone wanting to do a lot of networking in those fields in a hurry, now’s a good time. The evening is free and open to the public and will be followed by a gathering at Cabana. (Fingers crossed for a truly meta television moment in which Nashville Mayor Teddy Conrad — aka Eric Close — presents the award to Dean.)
— Abby White


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